Some key factors about tomorrow's results could have major implications for the future of both the Republican and Democratic parties.
Did social media help make 2016 one of the nastiest campaign seasons ever? In part yes, due to the nature of social networks.
The day before American voters go to the polls, Steve Inskeep talks to columnist and commentator Cokie Roberts and Fox News host Tucker Carlson.
Hillary Clinton retains a broad, consistent and shallow lead over Donald Trump in battleground states. If her Blue Wall of states leaning her direction holds, she wins. If not, anything can happen.
It's finally upon us. In just 48 hours tens of millions of voters will make their decision. NPR provides some final political analysis that voters should be thinking about as they head to the polls.
A lot of Americans say they're feeling anxious before Tuesday's election. Stanford University psychiatry professor Keith Humphreys talks about how to cope before and after the votes are cast.
Many supporters of Donald Trump say they like that he's not "politically correct." University of Pennsylvania professor Kathleen Hall Jamieson explains the attention to political correctness in 2016.
In the book The Carnival Campaign, author Ronald Shafer argues that the unsavory hallmarks of presidential campaigns actually began during the presidential contest of 1840.
There's been much discussion about the integrity of the election. Donald Trump has talked a "rigged" election and Democrats say some states are trying to keep people from voting.
U.S. electoral demographics have drastically changed in the past few decades. Brookings Institution demographer William Frey provides analysis, along with NPR's Asma Khalid and Domenico Montanaro.
No matter who wins on Tuesday, the next president will be facing some big issues, and he or she may or may not have cooperation from Congress.
In the last hours of campaigning, analysis of what to make of these final days of this long election season and what voters should be thinking about going forward.
Donald Trump's campaign sees polls tightening as is doing the most it can to encourage Trump's supporters.
Hillary Clinton is making a final push in battleground states as she campaigned in Cleveland with NBA star LeBron James Sunday.
Director James Comey says the FBI's review of new emails involving Hillary Clinton doesn't change the decision not to press charges against Clinton over her use of a private server.
Republicans are expected to pick up control in at least one or two of the 12 gubernatorial races on the ballot, and they could even hit a modern-day record of states they control.
Democrats need to win districts like this suburban D.C. one in Virginia to cut into House Republicans' margin. And it will show just how much Republicans can separate themselves from Donald Trump.
The website I Waited 96 Years documents women born before the 19th Amendment was ratified, which gave women the right to vote. Now they're proud to be voting for a woman major-party nominee.
Republicans control a record 67 out of 98 partisan state legislative chambers, and Democrats hope to take over between six and 12 chambers on Tuesday.
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to business owner Daniele Kucera, whose restaurant Etcetera Etcetera is located right between Clinton and Trump's election night party venues in midtown New York.